On Wednesday 17 July 2002 13:06, Joe Conway wrote:
> > \211PNG\015\012\000 and so on.
> This is the escaped output form of bytea. It seems that on linux the
> perl script is either using a binary cursor, or automagically unescaping
> the output, while on windows it isn't. I'm not sure why that would
> happen, but hopefully one of the perl gurus hanging around will chime in.
OK, I really need a solution to this quite quickly. It's a simple enough
script (posted earlier) so if this is something I cannot do with DBD::Pg on a
windows platform I can do it with something else. If that's the case what's
the best thing to do it with? PHP? I don't have control of the IIS server
they are running this on and I doubt very much they have PHP running on it.
Is the only way to connect to postgres with ASP via the ODBC driver? How will
that handle the bytea field?
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